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The Galveston County Daily News: Food

January 19, 2017

Food

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Pomegranates are a tart treat with multiple uses

How abruptly the festive season ended — one day those shiny red orbs were sparkling brightly and now they’re gone. Christmas? No, I’m talking about the pomegranate season, which ended earlier than usual this year, leaving fans of the tart fruit searching the stores for one last treat.

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Tuesday 01/17/2017
Hearty stew will warm you up
Posted: January 17, 2017

Today's recipe is an old favorite, shared originally in 2011: a hearty bean stew with the spicy flavors of hot Italian sausage and piquant fennel

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Tuesday 01/10/2017
Easy banana bread makes use of holiday leftovers
Posted: January 10, 2017

I have long been a fan of banana breads. My affection is mainly because they so closely resemble cake. But it’s also because of all the various incarnations and the simple flexibility of the basic formula.

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Soothing concoctions to relieve winter's ills
Posted: January 10, 2017

It’s the time of year when colds, flu and general malaise are lurking everywhere. There are as many game plans for preventing and treating colds as there are victims, but one of the most time-honored is the hot toddy.

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Tuesday 01/03/2017
Galveston Restaurant Week an opportunity to try new places
Posted: January 03, 2017

Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa are over, but a whole new season of giving is getting under way this weekend at dozens of Galveston restaurants.

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Root vegetables are the heart of savory bisque
Posted: January 03, 2017

So why not make use of winter's finest root vegetables? Carrots, potatoes and onions — oh yeah.

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Tuesday 12/27/2016
A new way to waffle
Updated: December 27, 2016 - 10:53 pm

The surge in waffle maker sales is riding the wave of social media interest in repurposing waffle makers to cook other things.

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Maque choux as flexible as it is delicious
Posted: December 27, 2016

The origins of maque choux (pronounced "mock shoe") trace back to the Acadian French and Native American roots of Southern Louisiana.

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Tuesday 12/20/2016
Inside a holiday tradition: Tamales a staple in Texas year-round
Posted: December 20, 2016

For many Texans, it wouldn't be a holiday without tamales.

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Cranberry-orange glaze sweetens spiral sliced ham
Posted: December 20, 2016

If you need to feed a crowd, this ham will be your perfect protein.

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